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Is haut de cuisse poulet vegan?

Haut de cuisse poulet is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is haut de cuisse poulet?

Haut de cuisse poulet, or chicken thigh, is a versatile and flavorful cut of poultry that's perfect for a variety of dishes. With its rich and tender meat, the haut de cuisse poulet is a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike. This cut is taken from the upper part of the chicken's leg and is darker and more succulent than chicken breast. It's a great source of protein and essential nutrients and is perfect for grilling, baking, or frying. Whether you're making a classic coq au vin or a spicy chicken curry, the haut de cuisse poulet is a must-have ingredient for any kitchen.

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